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RAILEOAD T'ME TABLE.
IU RI.IX.TOI SlsMIl 111 R1YM R. R.
(;oIC. WKST- Depart
Fiver No. 1 3:4.am
fusst'imcr No 3 S t" I' "i
Pasener No 5
I'u-tM-iiKi'r No 7 5:1. p m
PnsweiiKer To 9, via. l.ouisville . 4:lp
ruenner No Hi 7:3 u m
Freight NoW. via Louisville (:( uni
FreiKht No 7.", to Smith Diiiuha... 8:j0u in
Flver No '.' a:l. p m
Pa'swnner No 4 1":M "
PumimtT No ti, Vi-' u m
Passetitjer No" iiMpin
PasceiiKer No 10 VAju in
mismu in mine n u.iio u.
No. 1 '"
No. 3 K-
Ko.lilT 4:W. III.
GOING SOU TH -
jo 11 :k") u. in
NolS.ilver..'.'. -:Hl- "
No. X'Ja IreiKht K:;i7h. m
"pASHCAMP No. 33-2 M. W. A. meets every
seemid and Fourth Monday evnliic in
Fitzgerald hall. VHituiK uelulilmn welcome.
P. C. Hansen. V. C. : P. Nertenlieriier, W. A..
B. f. Wilde. Clerk.
ORDRK OK THE WORLD, MeeM at 7 : 30
every Moiuiav evening at the (irmid Army
ball. A. K. (.room, prenideiit, Thus Walling,
AO V W NoS-leet first ami third Fri;
iluv evenitiit t each inoiith at lOOF
hull, Frank Veruiylea ?l ijh Hurwick,
GA. R.MeConllile Port No. 45 meets every
Saturday evoiunu at 7 : 30 in Mielr Hall in
KOCkwnoil HlocK All VISIIUIK coiuraucs air
ordiallv invited to neet with ns. Kred Hates.
Post Adjutant ; (i. K. Mies, Po-i (Jominadder.
'XHillTS OF I'YTIIIAS-diiutitlet Lole
Xn.47. Meet; everv Wednesday eve
ning at their hall over Hentiet A TuttV, till
.iuiiimr kninlits nre rorilinllv invited to
attend. l N Uri'litli, t C: Otis llovey K of
U und S.
AO V W No hl-Mwt second and fourth
, Friilay I'veniiitfi in the inoiith at IO
OF Hall. M Vondrun, M W, K 1' Hrown,
nAl'tniTKUS (IK KK.HKtVA - hud of I'roin
J I e l.odne N i. 40 meelB the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each month In
Ihel'O.O. r. lull. Mrs. T. E. Williams, N
ti. ; Mrs. John Cory, S.-cretary
rvEGKEE OK IIONOW-Neetn the first
and third Thrnrsdaveveninnsofeacli
month in I. O. O. F. hall, K it.tfcruld block.
Mrs. Addie Smith, Worthy Sisterof Honor
Hrs. Nannie liurkcl, sister secretary.
DEGKKK OK HONOK-Ivy Iode, No. 13
meets lirst and third Thursdays of
racli uiontli in K. of l. hull, Mellu lruv
er, nister secretary.
PLACKS OF WORSHIP.
Catholic. St. Paul's Church, ak. between
Fifth and Sixth. Father Cainey, Pastor
Hervleea: .V-issat S und 10 :30 a. M. Sunday
Hcliuol at 2 :S0, with benediction.
Christian. Corner Locust and Klchth St
Services moriiiiiK Hiid t-venliiK. Klder A
Calloway pastor. Sunday School 10 a. si.
Coi.okkii Bai'Tist. Mt. Olive, nk. between
Tenth and Kleveiitli. ltev. A. rtoswell, pas
tor. Services II a. 111. mid 7 :3U p. III. Prayei
meetlinr Wednesday evenlmj.
1'OI'NO MKN'N I'HHISTIAN ASMH'IAII n-
Koonisiu Waterman block, Main street, lios-
........lliir for lllMl. Illllv Wt'TV HllUlliLV ttf-
teruoon at -t'o'clnek. Konins open week day
llirill n..' n. in., i. " . . . ....
Hntt'iofAU St. Luke's church, corner Third
and Vine. ltev. Ji It. Hinp ens. pastor. Ser
vices j 11 A. M. Ul.d 7 :'MV. M . Sunday .School
t 2 :30 1'. M.
First Mktiiopist. sixth M.. beiwen Mam
and Pear . P.ev. I., r. hrilt. l. l. pastor
Sendees : 11 A. St., 8 :(si f. M Suudav School
9 :M a m . Prayer ineelii k W ednesday even
(ini.MAN Pni'siiM fliiAN .Corner .Main ami
Ninth, llev Wide, paster. Services usual
hours. Sunday school '. ;30 A. l .
Bwfkpisii CoNciiRii ATloNAl. tlralille, be
tween Fifth ami Sixth.
Prksrytkih a v. services in new church, cor
tier Sixth and Cranite st. Ilev. . I T. Hiiird,
pastor. SuiMlav-sci'ool at ! ;. ; I reaclilnn
at 11 a. m.n'.id s p. m,
1 lie . It. S. K of this rhiireh ni ets eveiv
Habbatll eienlnitat 7 :lf in the basement of
the eliui ih. All are invited to aiteim these
hor Atchinson, St. Josi'ph, I.t'oven
worth, Kaunas City, St. Louis,
rik! all poititf tf'-tli, fast
Houth or west. Tick
ets sold and bay-
Sf a tea or
INFORMATION AS TO RATK
Call at l)epot or addrt'ss
H. C. TOWNSKNI),
G. P. A. St. Louis, Mo.
J. C. PlflLLIi'Pl,
A. G. P. A. Omaha.
D. AP3AR. Agt., PlatlHtnotith.
1 K H UK M A D V
ror inrormatinn ana frne ITsndtiook write to
ML'NN A CO 3U Bhoaoh a V, Niw Vonir.
flldeft bureau for rocurlnir putentii In Amorliii.
r.,'ry mi 1,111. Itt.i'il lull iy Ul. IB Drntiirnt Derord
Ue puuno bt uoiioe given free OX oliarge In the
J Scientific American
) MtiMt Mttitm
lAreettetrcTilaUrm of any neientlfle paper In the
wiirld. Mpleuilldlr llluntrned. No Intelligent
nan shnuld be wlthoul It. Weekly, g.'Min a
jrer II.Mflz month. Aildrenii Mt'NN A CO.
Pt jtLiatiaHti, 3ttl Uroadway. w York City.
TO THE IONIC PRIESTESS.
Ah, priestrMof an unknown hliriue.
Hy w hut eiul process
ITii.st thou In some long bygone !i. n-
lst thy roboacu?
Waa there beneath that urave, i-v. i i-t .,
A mouth for kissing?
AlasI we cannot know, for now
Thy lips are niisalnif.
And yet a subtle, nameless rai -
Around thee lin;ers;
As tberetboustand't-t with trau , :i i
Sans nose, lips, Queers.
The outline of thy matchlem tuna
Thy (truco revealing.
Thy tlowiiiK draperies adorn
Ah, c uld he look upon thy fafo
Whom hand once wrouirht thoe'
And see to w hat a sad estate
The years have brought thee-
Fr him would live attain that hour
When burned bis souk with uew !orn
5"or thy creation;
And he would see thee now t thee
In thy perfection;
Time's accident could not again
A Ostrich Amaiea Africans.
News han just reached Liverpool ?t
the arrival at Sierra Leone, west Africa,
of a remarkable specimen of the ostri.;h
tribe, which the people of that colony
have seen for the first time. Theostrich.
which is ten feet high, has come f roa
central Africa, and walked a distance of
at least (500 miles to the British colony
The bird was sent by the great Mohan.
rneilan chief, Aliinainy Samadou, to Mr.
Alfred L. Jones, of Liverpool, who ha
the coaling establishment at Sierra
Leone. It came down with a caravan ol
the Aliniamy's headmen and traders,
who arrived in the British settlement
with their produce, ivory, gold, etc.
It is a most unusual circumstance for
an ostrich to lie found in central Africa,
and when it readied Sierra Leone thf
whole population turned out to see it
The traffic of the streets waa stopped,
and the governor had to send a special
company of native police to escort it to
the Sierra Leone Coaling company's
premises. As the Alimamy Samadou is
a great Mohammedan, it i thought that
the bird may be regarded in some re
Knowing tlm great reverence the Ali
mamy has fur Queen Victoria and th
English people, it is the intention of
Mr. Jones to offer the bird to her maj
esty as a present from the great Mahom
inedati chief. The ostrich, it is said
will be sent over by the nest Africai
steamer to Li";rpool. Iondou SUuc.
The Spoils or War.
First Citizen So he punched your head?
Second Ditto (w ith his head bouud up)
Oli, yes, rather.
First Citizen Jtutdid notliingcoineof itf
Second L)iUo Nothing come of itf Why,
look at my bend! Ixjhdou tilobe.
Fick noaflsnho nnd rid '.eve all tbetronhla fncf
clout to a bilious atateof the system, suoh as
DlitlnesH, Nausea, Krowsluoss. Distress after
catlnii. Pain ia the Hide, .to. Wlnlo their most
roixintkable succona bas him shown iu curing .
JlMiflscbe. yet Cniter'a I.lttlo Liver Vn tcto
t'pially valiiabloin Constipation, curmR and pra
V-utiiift tliisaunn-ini?coi;nlaiiit,whilo tliey alsc
lircr and rcguuto uio uoweu. tvuu u ui jr yui
uiiTfrin this distressinn complaint; butfortu
Batolythoirpi'oilnonsdoes notondbnro.aiid those
whooncetrytbomwill find these little pillsvalu.
Ikblelnsoniany ways that they will not bo wit
lilHf to do without them, but after allsick 004
flB the bene of so many live that hero in whera
wo make our great boast. Our pillscure it while
Carter's Little tlrer Pills ire Tery small anil
Trry easy to take. One or two pills make a dose.
They are strictly vcnutnblosnd do not gripe or
rurgo. but by tliolrgontlo action ploaaeall who
usetbem. InTlalsst'iScents; Uveforfl. Sold
ty druggists cTerywhiiro, or sout by maiL
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York;
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
The Herald und I'osiiinpnlit nil
" " und Aiuerirun Kurmer l.rtU
' " ii iid Harpers Mauiiitine 1.51)
and Harpers Weekly - 4.Tli
mid Harpers linear - I
" " and Harpers Viiiiiik People it. 00
anilToleilii Hlade 2 2j
" mid Century fi.lHi
and St .Nicholas 4.'i
" mid Demoreit Magazine . 3.m
" " and Inter ( Icean ' 'Ti
and I iranifc Judd 1-nriiu-r 4.26
mid Western Rural 1.2J
" " ami (Jlolie Dentoerat 'J.'-'fl
" " mid New Vnrk Trilnine 1.75
TllK IlKKAI.li is tin? Host und Must
K'cliablc Family I'iiper I'uli
listictl in Cass County
ONLY $1 50 PER YEAR.
per bo. ffl&Jr MEDICINE CO.,
oiorsM.50. Schenectady, N.Y.
LAUGHTER AND HEALTH
Mi!e Nerve and Liver Pilla
Act on o n,wpricipk--reulatinj
the liver, ctomach ami bowels
through the nerves. A new discov
ery I)r Miles pills epeeilily cure
biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver
piles, constipation I'lieiptaled (or
men, women and children. Small -est,
mildest, surest, fx) doses 'J." els.
samples tree at F. G. lCnekeA Co s
'Pullpate really is a much
brighter fellow than we give hint
"What makes you think so'r"
"Well, he's sulferinj; from con
cussion of the brain rijjht now."
Sleep on Left Side.
Many persons are unable to sleep
on their left side. The cause has
lonj; been u puzzle to physicians.
Metropolitan papers speak with
threat interest of Dr. Franklin Miles,
the eminent Indiana specialist iu
nervous and heart diseases, who has
proven that this habit arises from a
diseased heart. He lias examined
and kept on record thousands ot
cases. His New Heart Cure, a won
derful remedy, is sold at F. (1. Fricke
Sc Co. Thousands testify to its value
as a cure for heart diseases. Mrs.
Chas. Henoy, Lovelaud, Colo., says
its effects on her were marvelous.
Kleaut book on heart disease free
"Did the doctor say that you must
have change at oncer"
"No; but he said that he must
within twenty-four hours or there'd
1 have been troubled with chronic
catarrh for years. Kly's Cream
Haiti is the only remedy amon the
many that I have used that alfords
tue relief. K. W. Willard, Hniist,
My sou has been! afflicted with
nasal catarrh since quite younj;. I
was induced to try lily's Cream
Halm, and before he had used one
bottle that disagreeable catarrhal
smell had all left him. He appears
as wt II as auvotie. It is the best
catarrh remedy in the market. J.
C. Olmstead, Areola, 111.
Tramp Can you tfive a poor man
a quartci V I've
Kind La ly A live dollar bill is
the least I have or I
Tramp-Would you like the
change in silver or paper:
A Mute Recovers Speech
Alphonce 11 cm phlin, of Summit
township, Hutler Co., I'enn., made
an affidavit that his twelve year old
son, who had St. Vitus dance for
twelve years, lost his speech, was
completely cured after usinjjf three
bottles of Dr. Miles Restorative Ner
vine, and also recovered his speech.
Thousands testify to wonderful
cures front tisinor jt for nervous di
seases, dyspepsia, nervous debility,
dullness, confusion of mill 1, head,
ache, etc. Four doses ot this Ner
vine cured Mrs. W. li. Hums, Soul7i
net, d, I ml., who had been sufferinj
with constant headache for three
months. Trial bottle and elegant
book free at F. fi. Fricke Co
He Is this the same umbrella
you bought and called it a bargain'.
He That's like a woman. Now I
have watched, and you have never
carried it yet that it hasn't rained.
According to the census of lS'.iO,
Chicago takes rank, by virtue of her
population of 1 .Oir,."" people, as the
eighth largest city on the globe.
Most of us desire, at one time or
another, to visit a city in which so
many persons find homes, and,
when we do, we can find no better
line than the "Huilington K ute."
Three fast and comfortable rains
daily. For further information ad
dress the agent of the company at
this place, or write to J. Fran vis,
General Passenger and Tit ket
Agent, Omaha, Nebraska.
She 1 wonder why parrots learn
to swear so easily?
He I guess because they always
have such auful Hill before them.
Female Weakness Positive Cure.
To The Kihtok: I'lease inform
your readers that I have a positive
remedy for thousand and one ills
which arise front deranged female
organs. I shall be glad to send two
bottles of my remedy KKKK to any
lady if they will send their express
and P.O. address. Yours respect
fully, Dk. H. D. Makchisi, I'th a,
The coal dealer is now able to
claim the honor as the cliampain
light weight of the country.
The Ureal KnglNh lleinedy.
Promptly and normanrnt-
lyeurc-nal fnnniiif A, -rem
ifurWtril. JmtmtnH-u unit (lit
rjtrrta vf Ahune ir riM .
Jiet-n firi-wrltied ever 115
years in uiniiMiima in cnsei;
UUieonu litlblhlr andllfn-
ml r,ihi-oifl Anot'-n. Ahlr.
IniKKi.t, fur Woon'a I'mi.-
before and After VH ,K' "
Ajyurc unit tijicr. w,)rth,.M ni,.,,.0 , ,,,,e
'f this, leave lil dlntiuni'Ht Mure, Inrluse prli-e In
letter, and we will auiul ly return mall, l'rlre.nns
naektiKO, 1 six. $' one will filrom; l.r e-ifcuie,
1 um plil.-t 1 n plum Mated enviTniie, u stamra
Ad.lrns Tl'l-'. Wmill I IIKI IC I, ( II,.
,-i'oudwurd avuout lutrull. llkb.
r-h.M In I'l.ittsinotith by tiering A
t., F. fi. Fricke A- Co., Hrown A
Harrett O. II. Snyder anil druggists
A I1A11V IX THE SX0W.
A STRANGE CHRISTMAS EXPERI
ENCfc Of- A TRACKWALKER.
A liHllmarf Man's htorjr of Cold, Mormy
NiKlit Over Twenty Years Ago, Hheli
the Suns W's I'llfit In Hanks Alnug
the lUilrnait Vrark-A Chrlsliuas tilft.
Kvrv tune I tliink ol Cliri ittnas I
think ot tti - -ir IT'.V'hmH an old traek
waiher "'Hint s tnorti tlimi twenty years
Hh'o. isnt H? Twenty years is it joxxl
ioiik sti idcli Lots can liaj'iieu to a man
iu twenty vars He could get rich and
MenJ it nil hikI get rit-b agitin in that
pan of time atul still have Iota of time
to pare Hut I haven't I've just stall
poor nutir. nlon
But sa I was Hayimr. 8iHakin (if
Chnstnms always reminds mo of 1X7J. I
was trackwalkmi; then for the VuudalU
line on a aection between Terra ll.tutu
Htnl Farnnton, m the state of Indiana.
That ChriHtaiaa night was a corker, I'll
tell you. I hoard at nonn from the see
Don txiso that the thermometer was 10
des im'Iov tern and as niht came on
it enied to Ki t colder and colder. It
nal snowed the dav liefors oue of the
die)eHt in that year and the engines
nad nail a pretty tough time of it plow
ing their wsv through m the morning.
'After they did get liy my section the
snow was hanked tin seven or eight feet
feepm some places hy the Bide of the
track It was so cold that I wrapped
coHee sacks around my feet before start
ing out. pjst to keep them from a frost
o'te. You bet I hated to start out. hut
I did muster up the courage after
swhile It whs about 0 o'clock when 1
started to go hack to Farrington, and
the wind was in my face. It's a duru
noor Christinas for me,' I thought to
iiivself Ma the wind caught mo a belt in
ihe side of the head, ilero I'm fated to
walk this cold track until midnight
without even a kind word from anybody
osay 'Merry Christinas to you." It's
pretttv tough I guess track walking
in lust about the worst trade a man who
loves com pauy can adopt.
'As I was stamping along thinking
like this, away oil' ahead of me I saw a
otmrkls. It s the St. Louis express,' 1
aiil to myself, and she'll be rumbling
over me at about sixty miles an hour.
Yril had hotter go out in the snow, old
uan. unless yon like being ground into
!ltl bits. Boo! tiut that snow was
deo Way up over my waist. Cut when
i fot down oil the track and snugly
Micked Hway tr the drift t was a heap
"armor, necausH the wind couldn't reach
ni. And the old train came right ahead
with h buzz and a roar, and her old yel
low headlight getting brighter und big
irer every second. It was a train of six
or seven passenger coaches. All were lit
in as bright as kerosene oil could make
m. One. two. three, four of the cars
whizred past me. But the fifth seemed
lo stop Jt didn't, of course, hut the
sight I saw seemed to nail it to my eye!
"A man and a woman. They stood at
the rear window It was open. 1 saw
the man with his arms put out, mippli
nuting like The woman had a bundle
in her arms. Then she didn't have it.
I'he man gave a cry of horror that rang
out high aliove the clamor of the wheels
ami the rattle of the rails and the creak
inir ot the machos. Something shot
down just piist my bead und landed in
the snowdrift beside me I shut my
ves tint still saw Hip woman with the
nunilleitnd the iminwitl outstretched
"leading snns When ojietieil my
"yes siam tin train was a ipiarter of a
mil aw.ix wti, i:ei rear green light
sinking wilii) mm a dot and then ills
appearing I'he wind cut me sharp on
the-hei-k and live miles oil' 1 heard the
church chime in Farruigton tolling the
'piarier hour That sight was a dream,
old man I s;nl li. myself us J pulled
mv legs out ol the drill But the bun
lie I excliiuneil. Involuntarily I looked
down in the drift and saw another hoi'.
in the snow not tliu one I ciuhh out of.
out a smaller out
'Maybe you ve guessed the thing by
this tune and maybe vmi haven t. Well,
sit that huiidlo was just as cute a UK
pound kid as I want to look upon. Hurt'
Well. I guess not a little bit When 1
found him ho was laughing contentedly
as you pleas' and chewing a chunk ol
snow tor a sugar cake.'
'Who did lio belong to?'
'Yon tell I can't. I never knew mid
never excet to know He had good
dotheson and the odd little collar of
lace he woru was marked with u pretty
silk T He was fat us a Christmas tur
key and the biggest niter you ever saw."
'Why didn't yon find his parents?"
Didn't I try my durndest? Jjidn't 1
spend half my wages for the next month
Advertising in the newspupers? But no
answer did I get to any of them. It
seems to me that the man ought to have
come and got the child, for he evidently
lidn t want to see it tired out likethnt.
lbs outstretched, supplicating arms
showed that. But ierhaps he only
wanted to prevent its being killed. Who
knows? Perhaps he was glad to got rid
if it, and when lie saw that somebody
iad it ull right he was glad enough to
leave it to its chance fate."
'What became of the child?'
"Named it Tom after myself, 'loin
McCorniack is a pretty good, solid sort
of a name, you kuow. My family may
nor be very stylish, but. none of them
nave b-n hanged anyway. And. you
. the aid's collar had a T on it I nl
inost had to name him Tom."
'Where is he now?"
'Track walking on I lie Vandalia. not
inoio than twenty-five miles horn tho
very spot where his little baby head
nlumped into that snowbank Christmas
night is:''" St Louis tiloU-Demo-rr.it
Wouim May It MaMin.
A Wv'll known Freemason tells mihat
women may l-coine members of that
order This is news to me. and will be to
most women, if I am not mistaken. Alter
a lengthy search I have also ascertained
that women may be odd Fellows too.
Probably they will not wish to, for to be
I "odd" is to be talked about nowadays.
few York Advertiser.
SMOKED FOR OVER
Has been popular with smokers everywhere for over twenty-five years.
It is Just as Good Now as Ever.
Its Flavor, Fu agkancc and Ftjrity have contributed largely to the
growing popularity which pipe smoking enjoys. Pipe smoking is
growing in f Ivor because liner, sweeter and better tobacco can be had
in this form and at much less cost than in cigars.
BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO CO.
DURHAM. N. C. '
DOWN 0 THE THISTLE.
3a airy wing In nniniy AuuiiHt riiiyt
Mow mills tlm thistle down;
riirutiKli (iiilvurliitf huiu of Hhlinmi-rlng golilen
I'lie fiiiry stinllnpti floHt in Hlmlenn wnyg
Ami tniirli Hi niiiiiy rtM; lint wumliirnrs yet.
Kur ilitant Imrlxirt un their Unlit aaiU not,
TIiiiiikIi hII (imi f i nil fur vnyiiKU Iiiiik, at last
Knell IiiiiIi anil tiller holila Htriindi'il viuwels
While In apt il in (It-inn of kiiiiuiht fallen uniiw
U Lulc nrKonlen lio wrei keil the huilgu boluw.
Hut when t lie truila ivIiiiIh nwei-p with deoUlo
r'ie.t, fnit tin. thlxtln ilown,
t'l hy the mini lilimlH, wlhlly fluttrm lilitli
Almve Ihe trees ull hniil mini hliiwn, to II y
Ami M-i-k in nmlileii tiirtm nuil eliclliiKH witls
A hhelier hy the tlen e khIh hMII ileuled.
While, fruiu their iuimjiIiiks lorn, lbs cupllvei
In snowy nwaniifi IlkeKtiirlleil liutterflir!-,
Kar, far Ihey rii, und fade In hendliiiiK IIikIiI
AkuIhiI the Kruy ky fruiu my rimer nitfht.
The Larvrxtnf the k IiiiImIIiiib renped Inhiiite-
I'lior WHIideriiiK tlihlle down
Ik owlftly turned 111 lielilx reinulo and wiiito
That fi iiixu the dtily roads, whoso houuils are
Hy ractieil rank" of ernnih-d Ntitlks that hIiow
I tut einpty silvery rrnwiiH, frnui friend or fim
Ki'l'l Mtle hy ttturdy spines. Tliu vanished
Theui ly rains shall llml.n on want speed
'I'lie llyinir year, till tinili-r April skies
Iu countless ho-ls the purple lilov-onis rlstt,
-Kiln M. Si xton In Overland .Monthly.
Ttii. Vh!k In t oul ( onniioipllon.
It U iiKivenlilt to Iriirn that the nilroK
fltoliH niiitter hi tin 4,UUI,(KK) Iiiiih (if innl
whirli me Used every year liy the nan
uiHiiiif.-irtiiriiif; iiiiiaiili-s of l.dinliin ia
now lieiiiK mail)- ii i-nnsiilenilili! Houm- of
revenue. The viilue if Niilpluiti of inn j
linilllil HS n lertill.er Is now Im-jiukI ills
jiilti. Where nit n men lilts been ilelieient
in the soil the iiilii at iim of 4.VI pimmls ol
siilplmte of minimum to t-ai li acre i;nve an
inert -iim; of nearly four tons of potiiloi-H
Slllph.ite of nil Ilia, Millionth not, ipiiti-
Mim livea feilili.eras iiilrnte, is held in
tin Moil with Kiealer temieity. It con
tniiiH per rciil. of aiiinioiiia, vvliieli l
eili.il to 'JO per cent, of nil rop-ii. Then
tlu ie are I lie tarry liydriK-arlioii cum
I'litiiuls, from wliii Ii (tlniiiks to tliu (lis
ciivciy of Kirkliain nml I'eikiliH) licatillftil
aniline dyes can lie cM iik ted.
Tlie tar has lin n a aouii-e of hiii-Ii n-ve
line In I lit i;ns companies that it may lit
M-rioiisly slateil tlmL every year there is
more coloi iiii.' mailer sent into the n turns
iliere of London than would ilyo all the
laluiis vvoieii ly Knlish looius within
Ihe same time. If we take the waste of
I lie hydi-ocarlions to i-ipial -Jt) per cent, of
i lie 1 1 1 -1 liiiriicd, we i.loill lind (hat iu the
.. , n tuns of coal liiii ucil in the melrop
o!is I.MHi.Ciui tuna of livdiocailiotis are lost.
Ill other Mollis. s urn- 1 f t.l H H I.I h x ) cubic ,vt
of rich liViliocai Imlis are every year use-li-s-.l
v t lii-iiu n into the air of London, am
tin- h.s i, Uitm.ono. -- Naiional L'cvievv
It, spel t lor Hooks.
"I disi rii-t I he intclli -m e of auv person
whom I see 1 1 u i ii 1 1 1 1 1 l; a iionk disiispeci tul
ly," a lady (inland Ihe oilier day, "A k'ood
hunk is one of t he In si, of friends, and de
serves ijiiikI treat ineiit " not merely thai
one should not strain its hack or crease itH
paes, hut to lie t rented w ilh delicacy, con
sideralioli find respect.
"When I see a thouhl less j'irl put out
her lut in I toward a line volume ol .sliake
speare, mid heum to Multcr the leaves as
hIm; talks, or nervously clap the uppercover
hy way of emphasis to In r remarks, 1 feel
like say inn to her:
"'.My dear, you foriret yourself! 1!h-iui-iiiIm
i Kosalind, ( ousiiler Violn; do
not he rude to l'orlia: tlit-y are friends nf
mine, If not of yourn, and are ladies of dis
tinction, not to ho treated like ihe senti
mental heroines of such trashy novels us
you roll up and stiill in your pocket or
nam iutoyoiir liiuchhaskei to read in the
"I neverduKiy it; hut I atu far from
certain if il would not he a justifiable im
Hi!ileness if 1 did." Votlt li s Companion.
S ' I Hinlly Talk.
"This is a hard family to hvn with!"
pouted the piuiio. ".Miss Susie pounds me
every day for an hour or 1 wo!"
"Well, at least joii don't have to work,"
exclaimed I lie clock. "Mj handsale never
idle; they keep iliein moving every iniutite
"Talk nlsiut work!" cried t Iim table;
"why, almost everythlnx is put on. me."
"I wouldn't luilid work." observed the
lamp, "hut I'm sensitive, and it isn't pleas
ant when you're quite hriyht to I turned
down once or twice every evciiinj;."
"Sensitive!'' sneered the mirror. "Tliink
of the unly laces ofteu turned on me!'1
"And think also," said the carpet, "Low
the children jump on me; still I'm not
worn out yet."
"You may all talk till you'rn tired, yet
you must admit thai not one of you ia so
sat ii i as I am," tluUlied the chair de-
cisjvcl - Harpers Voting l'eople.
lliiiiK" 1" Avoid.
S-leepuiK ill badly ventilated thiiiis, wear
ing at liliihl the, uodcrcliitliliiK which Is
worn t hrouU l he day, late hours, loss of
sleep, ttrt-asy loud and irregularity of
nicais, all tend to weaken the system to
such an extent as to render it'Miite incap:i
hleof rehislinnrthe changes in tlie weather
or any r xposure to distnie. Good Houo-kecpiiijr.
P. J. HANSEN,
STAPLE AND FANCY
I'ntroiiHtft of tlie PuMic Solicited.
North Sixth StreBt. Plattsmouth
TIMOTHY : CLARK,
Coal and Wood.
Yards und Ofllce Ull South Third Street.
'1 clc phone. .No. hi.
The Old Fteliable
H. A. WATERMAN SON.
Lath, Sash, Shingles,
!MMKK, : IILINDS.
Ktr. Can supply everv demnn of the
city, l ull ami urt terms, l-ourtu
ftitrcet in rear of operu Iniuso.
(CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.
W. H. CrSHING, l'rtsi.
J. V. JOHNSON', Vict'.I'ri'B.
l'U'i;i) W. CAKKUTIF, CiiHh'r.
A ;i-ncrnl hiiiikitiK business
INTKW I'-ST on ilcpoisitx allowt'd ait
follown: Four tier Itfiit. atuitial
iintcrt'sit if (li'jiosiitcd throe motitlia.
f Fivi per cent annual iiitcTCHt if d-
poHttcil hix luontliH. 5mx per cent,
annual Jinterent if (ltioitcl one
IHOS POLLOCK R V HTERS
Notary l'litiUc. fi Abstracter Solicit
Real Estate, Loan and Insurance Agent
If you have real eMate to ncll or
exchange hcikI tmdeHcriptiou, price
Ahdtracts of title furnished at reas
$100,(HX) to loan at 7'i percent and
no cotimiiHsion.s, on pood
POLLOCK &. HYEKS
ODo under Cm County Busk,
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